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sentence at los angeles international airport, after a gunman opens fire at a tsa checkpoint. hundreds evacuate a packed terminal. wjz is live. but first, teri okita live at the scene with more on exactly what happened. teri okita joins us now from los angeles international airport, with an update, following up on this tragic story. teri? >> reporter: on a normal day, on this road, outside of los angeles international airport, the road would be packed. not so today because of the shooting and the temporary closure. witnesses describe the scene as chaotic. they heard several pops, and took cover. >> reporter: police and paramedics swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. after someone opened fire this morning. >> he proceeded up into the screening area, where tsa screeners are, and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> reporter: emergency crews loaded wounded tsa officers into ambulances. one tsa officer, a 40-year-old man, was killed. and three others were injured. passengers inside the terminal heard the gunshots. >> right whe
swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. after someone opened fire this morning. >> we proceeded up into the screening area. with where tsa screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> reporter: emergency crews loaded wounded tsa officers into ambulances. one tsa officer, a 40-year-old man was killed. and three others were injured. passengers inside the terminal heard the gunshots. >> right when i heard the shots, i looked over my shoulder and everybody was running towards me, saying run, run. >> reporter: other passengers saw the gunman. >> and i noticed he had an assault rifle, a huge gun. strapped over his shoulder. >> reporter: airport police confronted suspect, who was wounded in a gunfire exchange. >> reporter: authorities evacuated the terminal and set up a triage area. >> we got out. and they told us to stay underneath the plane. >> reporter: six people were transported to area hospitals. at least one is in critical condition. >> reporter: again, the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul siancia, from pen
>>> chaos in l.a.x. a gunman opens fire in a busy los angeles terminal. >> i heard guarantees. >> how many. >> about 32 to four. >> reporter: witnesses describe the scene and the latest on the terrorists and the suspects. >> here's what people are talking about. >> we have breaking report to report to you. there has been a massive police response at los angeles international airport, after a gunman opens fire at a tsa checkpoint. hundreds evacuate a packed terminal. >> reporter: on a normal day at l.a.x., this airport road would be packed. not so today because of the closure. witnesses described the scene as chaotic. they heard several pops and took cover. >> reporter: police and paramedics swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport, after someone opened fire this morning. >> he proceeded up into the screening area, where tsa screeners are, and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> one man and a tsa uniform was able to walk out. but another employee was rushed out in a wheelchair, with an apparent chest wound. >> the prel
of bullying investigations. jonathan martin will meet with the nfl special investigator in los angeles. ritchie incognito arrived in los angeles this afternoon and refused to talk to reporters. he was the subject of a police report in may for allegedly harassing a female volunteer at a charity golf tournament. he was not charged dolphins had no comment. >> one week ago, a tsa agent's life was taken at los angeles airport. a moment of silence was observed today in his memory. ♪ [ music ] >> taps was played and operations halted at lax. hernandez is the first tsa officer killed in the line of duty. a public memorial service will be held tuesday. >>> a judge in suburban philadelphia, hands out a prison sentence for the digital age. she was banned from using twitter for five years. this is because they argued young used twitter as a weapon to threaten a judge and social workers. >>> bizarre scene in las vegas, with a swarm of bees. the truck stopped and some became agitated and escaped. firefighters sprayed foam to scatter the foam. residents were advised to stay inside it took nearly fo
security in los angeles shooting three agents before he's captured by police. a note in his bag said kill tsa. wjz has complete coverage of the shooting. kai jackson shows us dramatic images from the airport as passengers ran for cover. let's go to edward lawrence with the latest for wjz from los angeles. >> investigators worked through the night at l.a.x.'s terminal 3 processing the crime scene. police say 23-year-old paul ciancia walked into the terminal, pulled out a crime began rifle and began shooting. >> i just saw the gun, and i was just terrified like everybody else was and we're all just on the ground. >> 39-year-old tsa officer gerardo hernandez was killed. federal agents brought food to the hernandez family's home. neighbors say they were shocked. >> my heart goes out to them. i pray the lord will give them peace and strength. >> the head of the tsa will arrive today. he'll meet with hernandez's family as well as two of the other agents wounded in the shooting. >> ciancia appeared to have a grudge against the security agency. in a note found in the 23-year- old's bag he called
suspect remains sedated and under guard in los angeles. police are piecing together paul ciancia's motive. investigators are revealing a letter he left behind may have mentioned references to the new world order. it also talked about how easy it has to get a gun into the airport. >>> new allegations in the harassment case of a miami dolphins football player. incognito was encouraged to toughen up on his teammate, jonathan martin. dolphins suspended him for misconduct related to alleged bullying. he made a brief statement yesterday. >> just trying to weather the storm right now and this will pass. >> the association says it will conduct an investigation for all involved. >> reporter: amanda knox's ex- boyfriend is on the stand in italy. tina kraus reports that knox who served four years in prison has not returned for this trial. >> reporter: raffaele sollecito made a plea to give him back a real life. he and his ex-girlfriend, american college student amanda knox are facing the third trial for the 2007 murder of british student meredith kercher. an expert testified that the dna on the knif
begin to get back to normal at los angeles international airport following yesterday's rampage that killed one tsa agent, injuring at least five other people and disrupting hundreds of flights nationwide. hello, everyone, glad you're with us. i'm greg jarrett. >> i'm arthel neville. welcome inside america's news headquarters. this is 23-year-old paul ciancia armed with a semiautomatic rifle, more than 150 rounds of ammunition as well as a note allegedly outlining his mission against the tsa. listen as these people describe the chaos the moment he opened fire. >> two gunshots going off and i looked at my boyfriend and he said, those are gunshots. he was like, run. we literally just ran down the stairs. >> tsa was running with us. they said, keep running, keep running. there was probably another 15 to 20 shots that we heard behind us. we just kept running. >> it was like a dream. it wasn't real. it was like a movie. it was so intense. it wasn't normal to hear that. we all just panicked. >> live today with the latest. how is it looking? looks pretty quiet behind you as you can see
. >> reporter: after friday's deadly shooting at the airport in los angeles authorities say they are relieved shoop didn't take any other lives. wjz, eyewitness news. >> prosecutors say shoop left a letter at his new jersey home he wrote a while ago, referencing his depression and said he felt the end was coming. >>> for the first time one of the tsa agents wounded in last friday's shooting at los angeles international airport is going public. ron matz is in the newsroom with more on what he's saying. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. tsa behavioral detection officer tony griggsby was shot twice friday when a gunman opened fire at the security checkpoint area at l.a.x. griggsby was injured, while he was helping an elderly man get to a safe area. he said his concern was to make sure people were safe first, worry about himself later. >> i'm nobody special. i'm a regular special. i felt i had to do something at this time. other people would have done the same thing given this opportunity. >> reporter: he's grieving over his friend gerardo hernandez who was killed in the incident. >> p
's wrong for virginia. >> pelley: tonight, could they have stopped the l.a.x. shooter? los angeles police were enroute to his home before paul ciancia opened fire at the airport. ben tracy explains why they missed him. john miller found out how the gunman got the rifle into the terminal. how did the health care web site duck federal security requirements? sharyl attkisson found the answer. an n.f.l. lineman quits over alleged locker room harassment. mark strassmann tells us what it was all about. and elaine quijano on the forgotten p.o.w.s. they were captured and held in prison camps. so why did uncle sam turn his back? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. those who know paul ciancia are at a loss to explain friday's rampage at los angeles international airport and his apparent hatred for the t.s.a. today his family apologized.
american airport today, l.a.x. in los angeles. a lone gunman pulling a semiautomatic rifle from a bag and opening fire in the middle of morning rush. families in the security line told to run take shelter wherever they could. right here in a bathroom. outside passengers fleeing, bags in toe. it happened here at terminal 3 where jet blue, spirit frontier flights l take off right at the security gate, passengers have been lined up ready to take off shoes and belts, tonight we have the latest developments here, the shooter in custody and right here on the ground, the powerful weapon he used tonight, the fbi confirming his name, 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia, and word this evening his family might have been in touch with authorities beforehand. a note found at the scene reportedly believed to have included anti-government beliefs. among his victims a tsa officer shot and killed. the first tsa officer ever killed in line of duty. these are live pictures tonight from our station in los angeles, kabc, and this evening one of the nation's busiest airports with a heavy police presence, we h
at an airport security in los angeles. investigators say he had a note in his bag that said kill tsa. wjz has complete coverage of the shooting. kai jackson shows us dramatic images from the airport as passengers ran for cover. first let's go to edward lawrence with the latest. >> investigators worked through the night at lax's terminal 3 processing the crime scene. paul ciancia pulled out a semiautomatic rifle and began shooting. >> i just saw the gun and i was just terrified and like everybody else was and we're all just on the ground. >> 39-year-old tsa officer jerardi hernandez was killed. federal agents brought food to the family's home and neighbors say they're shocked. >> my heart goes out to them, and i pray that the lord would give them peace and strength to go through this. >> the head of the tsa will arrive here later today. he'll be with hernandez's family and two other agents wounded in the shooting. >> in a note found in the 23- year-old's bag he called himself aed off patriot and said he believed his constitutional rights were being violated by tsa searches. ciancia's father to
. thank you. >>> breaking news in los angeles tonight. live pictures now from the los angeles international airport. the american airlines terminal there has been evacuated. we also understand that an suv slammed into a nearby parking garage. we're not sure if that is the reason the terminal was evacuated. these are live pictures on a story that's just now breaking at los angeles international airport. on november first a gunman opened fire inside terminal 3 at lax killing a tsa agent. the suspect was later arrested. again, a terminal at lax is evacuated tonight and these are live pictures from the scene. we're not sure exactly what's going on yet. we'll bring you more updates as soon as we get more information. >>> tonight we're learning more about a woman who was killed at a busy crosswalk in woodbridge, virginia last weekend. turns out she spent the past six months recovering from a motorcycle accident and then she was killed on the first day she left the house. shomari stone has reaction from the victim's husband, who is heart broken. >> she was the most giving person ever
ended a short time ago at a los angeles walmart where we find kyung lah, who we hope is staying safe right now, considering that setup. what are these protesters demanding and are they behaving themselves there? >> reporter: well, it's actually just wrapped up, as you said. we have a couple stragglers still holding up signs here at the very, very tail end of this protest. still trying to make a point. the point that they are making is that they want better wages. they say they simply don't have a liveable wage, they can't afford to live at a place like new york, los angeles, and that's where we saw some of these protests that have been rolling throughout the day from the east coast to the west. there have been a number of these demonstrations, eight major ones, as you mention. we were at another one just before this one happened here in los angeles, east of los angeles in ontario, california. one of the protesters who got arrested, there were some peaceful arrests, was santa claus. ten people got arrested there. nothing other than civil disobedience. what the workers say they want is
players heats up. why both players are now in los angeles. >>> plus, it's a giant. the most powerful, most capable, and most expensive aircraft carrier in history. today it gets a name. the "uss gerald r. ford." >> and turning the light on spider-man. the troubles that very nearly sank a broadway hit. all that and much more on "cbs this morning saturday", saturday, november 9th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. we also have some great guests here in studio in studio 57 this morning including will chef here to perform songs from the great est album. >> and the chef. we'll find out what's behind the seemingly simple italian staple. >> but first this morning's top story, now what's typhoon haiyan, it's now in the south china sea heading toward vietnam and china. the storm raced across the philippines with winds at 147 miles an hour and gusts at 170 when it made landfall. at least 100 deaths are blamed on the storm. thankfully it's losing some of its strength. seth doane has the latest from beijing. good morning. >> good morning, anthony.
aires o él se va para los angeles pero no dejen perder un amor verdadero. gracias por los consejos, don fernando. arturo y yo ya hemos hablado un poco sobre eso. muy bien, hija, muy bien. bueno. adiós. pero no dejes de volver siempre que puedas. eres como una hija para mí. don fernando la señora suárez me dijo que rosario nunca dejó de pensar en ud.... que siempre lo amó. ay, raquel, te voy a extrañar mucho. ya eres como una hermana para mí. y para mí también, angela. roberto: raquel... raquel, déjame darte un abrazo también. apenas nos conocemos pero ya eres como una hermana para mí también. cuídala a tu hermana, roberto. y tú angela, cuídalo a él también. tío, te veremos en un par de días, ¿no? sí, regresaré a la gavia antes de volver a la argentina. entonces no será un adiós sino un hasta luego. así es. vamos. buen viaje, ¿saben? ( campanas suenan ) raquel, he estado pensando. ¿en qué? mi vida ha cambiado tanto desde que te conocí. creo que los angeles me gusría mucho. descríbeme un poco cómo es. pues, los angeles es una ciudad única. no hay otra ci
weekend everybody. >>> this is a scene at los angeles international airport as it slowly begins to return to normal operations. a day after the terrifying and chaotic scene and investigators work on establishing a motive. a disturbing picture of the gunman begins to emerge and the tsa mourns the first agent killed in the line of duty. we'll have a live report from lax. who takes the fall for the botched launch of the obama care website, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius apologizes on capitol hill. is it enough? we'll talk with congresswoman marcia blackburn and how big of a problem is this for the president. governor mike huckabee will join us as well. boston strong, stronger than ever. fans pouring into the streets to welcome the world series champions red sox. we'll take you there live. hello. this is america's news headquarters. live in the nation's capitol. it starts right now. >>> we're hearing some of the chilling stories emerging from that rampage at los angeles international airport. leading the coverage, standing by live at the airport is dominick. >> reporter
. ♪ only from ghirardelli. >>> new details about the evacuation at los angeles international airport last night. we brought you the story as breaking news last night at 11:00. initial reports of gunfire were false. people mistook a car accident outside the arrivals terminal as shots and said a woman had some sort of medical emergency and lost control of her car and hit another woman on the sidewalk finally slamming into a parked car. rescuers took the two women to the hospital. >>> you have to checthis out. tense moments aboard a flight that just landed in atlanta. a passenger caughhe who thing on camera. you're going to see here officers getting on the plane to address a man being disruptive from a flight from fort lauderdale. he started screaming he had a bomb on the plane. the man is taken to the hospital. there's no word on if he is going to face any charges. the rest of the passengers were eventually allowed to get off the plane. >>> new today the united nations says it needs nearly 300 $50 million for disaster aid by those affected by the typhoon in the philippines. the death toll m
>> good morning. coming next. los angeles international airport is open for business this morning with extreme caution. the latest on the mass shooting. and -- >> a craigslist deal takes a deadly turn. good morning. details on the hollowing shooting coming up on wjz. >> beaten the browns is easy for the ravens, right? i mark viviano. don't be fooled by the ravens winning streak. we will hear from team coming up . >> and taking a live look outside. after yesterday it's time to break out the sweaters. fall is back. meteorologist tim williams has your exclusive first warning weather forecast. >> good morning. the conservatory celebrating 125 years with a birthday party today, and this one is for the kids. we will tell you all about it. eyewitness news is seconds away. >> this is wjz-tv. baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news statio. >> good morning and welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i'm gigi barnett. >> and i'm tim williams. it's a very cold day of the month. >> compared to yesterday. >> you kno
into the air. >>> more details coming out this morning about the deadly shooting spree at los angeles international airport last friday. police say 23-year-old paul ciancia arrived at the terminal pulling a suitcase with a backpack on top. they claim he hid the lengths of his assault rifle by cutting holes in both bags. he's accused of shooting and killing a tsa agent and they say he shot two other employees and passenger. he remains hospitalized after being shot by officers this morning. >>> thousands of marylanders learning pretty soon their policies will be gone because they don't meet the minimum requirements of the affordable care act. mike schuh live to explain. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there are over 73,000 such policies in maryland, high deductibles, many exexclusions, basically only good for catastrophic medical events. they don't meet the standards and are being cancelled but now some of those receiving such notices are having trouble signing up for the new health care act. for two years brenda nelson has been glad to pay for an additional plan in case of eme
to find his hometown and house in ruins. overcome to find his family safe. in los angeles, they have been nervously waiting to hear from family members in the philippines. their six-year-old niece and 12- year-old nephew were missing for days. tuesday night, they got word through facebook that children survived, but are struggling. >> do they have enough food right now? >> no, that's the last thing we heard, they don't have anything to eat. >> the children lost everything. >> the house was no longer like a house. >> hundreds of victims are lining up for military flights to another island. thousands of tons in aide arrived from around the world. but with runways damaged and roads blocked with debris, it's been impossible to get supplies to many victims. cbs news, los angeles. >>> so far, that typhoon has impacted more than 11 million people. united nations is releasing $25 million in emergency relief which does include funds pledged by con countries around the world. >> this happened on saturday, october 26, on statten road southeast. sometime after the fight, the man shot two peopl
be disclosed to the public. in light of the shooting yesterday at los angeles international airport, the first 45 minutes this morning we want to get your thoughts on the overall topic of airport security. not only what was demonstrated yesterday, if there is a need of increase in security from the federal government or if there are other ways to make the airports safer. here is how you can comment -- you can send us a tweet at c- cspanwj,-- @ facebook.com/cspan, or you can send us an e-mail at journal@c-span.org. here is the headline from "the los angeles times" this morning -- a 23-year-old native from new jersey who lives in los angeles. there is a larger story when it comes to the topic of airport security. this is from "the wall street journal" -- your thoughts on airport security and if you think changes need to be made in light of what happened yesterday at los angeles international airport. we divided the lines regionally. if you live in an eastern or central time zone -- again, tweets are available, post on our facebook page, and send us an e-mail. withresident was briefing the iraq h
will make stops in seattle, then make appearances in san francisco and los angeles. one of the events will take place at the home of magic johnson. hes trip comes hours after made a rare statement from the white house on the deal reached program, butlear there is mixed reaction to the historic agreement. benjamin netanyahu called a historic mistake. richard reeve has more reaction from u.s. lawmakers. >> it is a historic deal, an agreement that president obama says will make the world safer. >> a future in which we can verify that iran's nuclear program is peaceful. agreesr the plan, iran to roll back and freeze its nuclear program, eliminate stockpiles of near grade uranium. after 10 years, an agreement has been reached at this level. >> in exchange, the u.s. and its partners will lift sanctions. kerryary of state john says the deal is not about trust, but verification. >> you don't do this on the basis of somebody's statements to you. you do it on the basis of actions that can be verified. >> the ultimate goal, to permanently cap iran's nuclear program. >> this is hitting the pause
leader. we want to touch on that and then today, of course, this guy walks into the los angeles airport with an assault rifle and starts shooting. as it turns out, we have two officials who know something about all of those things and are following them and in some cases investigating them. senator dianne feinstein, senator of the intelligence committee and representative mike rogers, chairman of the house intelligence committee. plus we're going to talk to the former nsa cia director general michael hayden. some of this phone tapping was going on under his watch. so we've just got plenty to talk about. we'll try to get to all of it. we'll do our best sunday on face the nation. >> you mentioned the democrats joining you on sunday, senator feinstein. i'm wondering if you've had any sense at all this democrats are abandoning the president all over the affordable care act. >> i'll tell you this. they're not happy with it and they're raising a lot of questions. you have senator gene shaheen from new hampshire who started circulating that resolution in the senate to delay the start of this t
website. >>> tonight we're learning more about how the deadly shooting spree at los angeles international airport was carried out. 23-year-old paul ciancia walked into terminal 3 friday pulling out a suitcase with a backpack on top. there were holes in both pieces of luggage to hide the assault rifle. he's accused of shooting and killing tsa agent gerardo hernandez. he was shot by airport police and remains in critical condition. >>> the attack at l.a.x. sparked new calls to arm tsa officers. tonight derek valcourt has the debate over allowing the agents to carry weapons. >> reporter: in the wake of friday's shooting rampage at l.a.x., authorities are promising a full review at airports around the country. >> it's not a tsa function but something we need to certainly examine given what happened in los angeles. >> our officers and tsa in general are villified constantly. >> reporter: he's with the union that represents 45,000 tsa workers now calling for some of the agents to carry firearms on the job. >> we're not advocating at this time that all 45,000 officers be armed. we believe that c
authorities are reviewing security procedures at u.s. airports, this after friday's shooting at los angeles international airport which left tsa officer gerardo hernandez dead. the shooting suspect, paul ciancia, is heavily sedated after armed guards shot him four times. terminal 3, where the shooting happened, reopened sunday. >>> the airport in birmingham, alabama reopened last night after a bomb threat shut down operations. several flights were diverted and passengers were forced to wait outside. >>> it seems like a shadow has fallen over one of the top rated high schools in louden county. there is no proof of cheating having been found, an investigation though did show a culture where administrators are pressuring teachers to have students test well. >>> time for the latest your money report of the morning. >>> good morning jess. >> reporter: good morning, wall street is going strong, triggered another rally on friday. and we are seeing more green arrows this morning on world markets. checking the numbers for you, the dow climbed about 70 points on wall street. it starts this morning at
. the disturbing trend coming up. >>> two different scares at los angeles international airport. one prompted this response from police. >> everyone, on the ground! >> everybody get down! >> we'll tell you what triggered that show of force. >>> and jackie kennedy's iconic pink suit. find out where it is now and why the wearabouts of her famous pill box hat remains a mystery. >>> talks on iran's nuclear program appear to be moving closer to a deal. u.s. secretary of state john kerry met with iran's foreign minister today after arriving in switzerland early this morning. it sounds like if there is going to be a deal, today just might be the day. jim shuuto is live in geneva. what's happening now? >> reporter: well, today are or the early morning hours since that key meeting between secretary of state john ker around the iranian foreign minister javad zarif, diplomats met twice and what they're doing now, both sides, going after the wording of this proposed agreement right tao down, according to iranian official, individual words in that agreement that might seem small but have great meaning to
was carried out. >> reporter: yeah, even though that police showed up to the house in los angeles, of course, he was already gone. but now tonight we're hearing that officials over at lax, once ciancia got there, they never saw what was about to happen. >> reporter: in a cnn interview, a woman who knows them described the chilling moments before he left for lax. they had cut the top of the bottom of the backpack stacking them to hide his rifle. the first victim was hernandez who was checking travel documents at the bottom of the escalator leading up to the third floor tsa check point. investigators believe that ciancia was still moving, so came back killing him when he made it to the top of the check point, he ran down the exit lane reserved for arriving passengers. the other spoke about the ordeal. >> i was injured, trying to help them get to a safe area. i turned around and there was a gunman and they shot me twice. >> reporter: they spoke publicly about the latest findings to the reaction shootings. >> and as much as we try and we work each and every day to make this airport and others sa
jersey on the heels of the shootings at los angeles international. the nfl asks whether locker room harassment is out of control. mark strassmann on the lineman who called it quit. do testosterone supplements lead to heart attacks? dr. jon lapook with the results of a new study. and his honor the mayor confesses to less of this han-honorable conduct. he just says this about crack cocaine? >> have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. has it come to this-- has gunfire in public places become so ordinary? twice in a week, young men have stormed into buildings a
to contact baltimore county police. >>> tsa screeners at the los angeles airport are wearing black bands on their badges today. 23-year-old paul ciancia killed jge -- killing gerado hernandez. he could face the death penalty. >>> bomb squad technicians searched the facility after there was a bomb square at birmingham airport. there was a 2-hour shut down >>> a hagerstown mother is charged in the death of her infant daughter. 22-year-old yadina morales was intoxicating when breast-feeding her daughter. she's charged with manslaughter and child abuse. >>> the president is hitting the road promoting the affordable care act. its website healthcare.gov was offline for repairs and is now getting daily over night upgrades. they're promising to have the website fully operational by the end of the month. 55% americans polled have enough information to understand the law's impact on them and their family. >>> take a live look outside. there's plenty of blue sky around and sunshine. there's a breeze with a bit of a bite to it as well. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. marty bass is i
usa pac sponsored this ad. >> pelley: tonight the assault at los angeles international airport. >> all you hear is screaming, chaos. i duck down. >> pelley: a gunman attacks a security check point. >> right when i heard the shots, i looked over my shoulder and everybody was running towards me saying run! >> pelley: at least one tsa officer is dead. many people are injured. we now know the identity of the killer. carter evans and john miller are on this breaking story. a terrorist wanted in the murders of seven cia officers appears to have been killed. margaret brennan on how u.s. intelligence found its revenge. has a tiny american drug company found the solution to the scourge of the meth epidemic. and steve hartman on the road. prisoners who met suellen fried leave prison with a new conviction. >> maybe we're not that bad
a manual in the face outside the w hotel last month. last week in los angeles a judge there ordered brown into anger management rehab. brown is on probation there for his assault on his then girlfriend rihanna for an accident back in 2 incident back in 2009. >>> the state board of elections in virginia will certify the vote in the attorney general's race. according to the board's website democrat mark herring leads republican mark obenshain by just 165 votes. that is less than 100th of a percentage point difference. that gives obenshain the right to request a recount. both candidates have announced transition teams. >>> it's 5:35. thanks for waking up with us this monday. time for another your money report. >> jess came is back with another -- jessica is back with another local money fight. >> good morning to everybody at home. the fight over d.c.'s minimum wage is heating up yet again. city council committee meeting is scheduled to vote today on a bill that would increase the minimum wage to 11.50 an hour. that would be one of the highest rates in the country. d.c. mayor vincent gray say
, doug. there are development fls the shooting in los angeles that involved the police. >> we are just getting this information into the newsroom. a s.w.a.t. situation in the city of englewood has developed. one officer has been shot in the vest but is alert and conscious. we're showing you the scene in front of the home where the suspect is barricaded inside with two hostages. over a dozen officers are in the area right now. i think we have the live pictures. we're going to show them to you. we do not have them but police say they believe the whole situation began as a domestic dispute. the situation is still developing on the ground. we will continue to update you as we learn more about what's happening there in los angeles. at the live desk, i'm pat lawson muse. >>> vandalism of a space shuttle? new details about a disturbing discovery that led to a nasa investigation. >>> police want to change the way they do things in the light of the tragedy at the navy yard. why not everyone is >>> the skins won't be playing on thanksgiving day tomorrow, but they'll be part of the conversation a
halfway around the world. in pittsburgh neighbors gathering medical supplies. in los angeles u.s. veterans setting out for the storm zone to try to help on the ground. abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moren is on the ground to get help there fast. terry. >> reporter: dawn is just coming up here at the military base in manila. this is going to be one of the main staging areas for the massive relief effort under way so desperately needed. take a look at this photo from the disaster zone, children holding up signs pleading for food, water, help of any kind. right now it's the u.s. marines doing the heavy lifting. they have five giant cargo aircraft like this one right behind me and 215 marines in the initial deployment carrying all kinds of supplies, forklifts, generators, water, medical supplies, food. sanitation and hygiene supplies as well to fight the looming public health crises that faces this country. the usaid has pledged $20 million. the united nations sending out a flash appeal for help around the world. make no mistake, they understand that every hour counts. diane? >> monit
in generators, as well as food and water. >> reporter: here in los angeles, a group called team rubicon, made up of mostly military veterans has just sent a crew of 15 to help in the relief effort. this is their operations center, where they have also been mapping out the damage in the philippines, to determine to go. >> we'll likely work ourselves out into the rural area. >> reporter: jake wood is leading team rubicon's efforts. >> they'll begin doing search and rescue efforts, as well as local triage. >> reporter: the group is already planning to send in a second team to deal with the overwhelming devastation. teresa garcia, wjz eyewitness news. >> you can help the victims of the philippines typhoon. catholic relief services is taking your donations now. call them at 1-877--help-crs. or go to their website, www.crs.org. >>> here in maryland, we are getting ready for our first taste of real winter-like weather. a bitter blast of arctic air, along with a chance of snow showers. just over the horizon. wjz is live over the first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram and bob turk a
? los angeles police were enroute to his home before paul ciancia opened fire at the airport. ben tracy explains why they missed him. john miller found out how the gunman got the rifle into the terminal. how did the health care web site duck federal security requirements? sharyl attkisson found the answer. an n.f.l. lineman quits over alleged locker room harassment. mark strassmann tells us what it was all about. and elaine quijano on the forgotten p.o.w.s. they were captured and held in prison camps. so why did uncle sam turn his back? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. those who know paul ciancia are at a loss to explain friday's rampage at los angeles international airport and his apparent hatred for the t.s.a
this morning. here's don. >> thank you. >>> the man being held for the shooting at los angeles international airport is still being held with wounds. they're now investigating why he targeted tsa. here is teresa garcia. >> scott green was right there and ran for his life when a shooter opened fire friday at los angeles international airport. >> like he had his gun down like this. he took two shots. >> it was 23-year-old paul kik ciancia. investigators found a note in his duffel bag saying he wanted to kill multiple tsa agents. so far the fbi has not found evidence of previous run after run--- run-ins. >> billy bay say it could have been worst. >> about 100 people around him hiding. if he wanted to continue to shoot he could have. i read since he was targeted tsa so maybe he wasn't looking for regular passengers. >> at lax sunday terminal 3 was back in business. passengers streamed past the scene of the shooting while tsa agents displayed black bands on their badges in memory of the fallen colleague. >> police say ciancia was dropped off by a friend, a roommate. officials don't believe that
. there was a great outpouring on tuesday at the memorial service held in l.a. by the city of los angeles, by the local police. the law enforcement community pulling together and demonstrating support for officer hernandez's family and the two other officers and their families. so thank you for that comment expressions and condolences. the bottom line is there are challenging times right now for members of tsa employees, especially those at lax n-terminal three who been directly affected by this who've lost a well-liked and well-respected colleague and so there's a lot of grieving going on. but i do want to commend the actions of the officers, tsos and others at the checkpoint that day for their actions in helping move passengers away from the point of danger and, in fact, the two officers who were injured, tony grigsby and then a screening training instructor were actionable and because they probably stayed too long at checkpoints helping an elderly gentleman away from the checkpoint and they were shot as they were leaving the checkpoint as the shooter came up onto the upper level. we've
a big one will hit the earth. >> reporter: or "cbs this morning," carter evans in los angeles. >>> one more study and watch out. >> exactly. five weeks ago the fbi shut down what it called the most sew fisty kayed and criminal marketplace on the internet. silk road was a website selling drugs and other illegal goods but this morning as ben tracy reports, it may be finding new life. >> reporter: the new site has the same name and same look, offering up a list of illegal drugs. the purported new operator announced the website is back up. deja vu anyone? this could be gigantic. >> it could be a scam. >> he's used encrypted midges to talk to the person who says he's running the new site which claims to be register 1g,000 user purse hour. >> for some it's more than just a website. it's a cause. they're really invested in it and want to see it succeed. >> silk road is a website where users could browse anonymously for drugs. they had bid coin. it was amazon.com with a black market bend selling heroin and cocaine as well as guns and fake i.d.s. after a two-y
. >>> and the "los angeles times" takes a look at saturn. their ghostly rings are backlit wi the sun. >> beautiful. >>> freeze warnings in place for much of the southeast. heavy snow fell overnight. in stevensville michigan more than a foot of snow fell yesterday. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by smooth melting lindor lindt. chocolate beyond compare. >>> a search to find loved ones in the wrath of typhoon haiyan. >> you're okay. >> they're okay. that's fantastic. >> how one family found each other after a desperate journey that spanned thousands of miles. >> thank you, lord. >>> killer whales at the con ten sus court case. seaworld fights to get its animals back in the water. >>> plus the story behind lululemon. >> i'm sad. really sad. >> the unusual apology for the comments he made about the company's see-through pants. the news is back here on "cbs this morning." stay tuned for your local news. >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by kay jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. adgets and internets. everything needs a battery. oh, h
citizens. >> not everyone sees it this way. joining me now from los angeles, fox news contributor, rick grenell the former spokesman to the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. rick, thanks for joining us. i interviewed glen greenwald. the reason we brought him on cashing in which i'm going to air it tomorrow morning on the fox news channel. the reason why i brought him on is because president obama promised the nsa was not going to look into private emails of americans. this week the "the washington post" reports that that likely happened when the nsa infiltrated google and yahoo and allowed them to have access to email accounts. now, the question is, do you think that's right? is that fair? should he be looking at americans' emails? >> well, i think the policy is that they are not looking inside specific emails of americans if it happens to occur, it's not because it's the nsa policy. look, glen greenwald and other journalists have the responsibility to push for transparency in this program. there is no question transparency is a good thing so is congressional oversight. democrat who control t
is visiting san francisco today and los angeles where speeches on immigration and the economy. attending fund-raisers for congressional races. the president spent sunday in seattle area for fund-raisers. one of the home of a microsoft executive john shirley. >>> "gq" magazine out with this list of least influential people and people according to "gq" who haven't used their fame for enough good. president obama is number 17 on the list. the magazine says he's good at making speeches but "gq" said he is not good at getting things done. number one is ex-nba star dennis rodman who met with pyongyang. >>> a man below risking it all to save this lady during a 40-foot fall. >>> patriots come back. how they managed to beat the broncos after down 24-0 at halftime. >> unbelievable. >>> time for your morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse. it can be about anything your heart desires. we will read the best ones on the air in our next half hour. avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" sales event is back. which means it's never been easier to get a new passat, awarded j.d. power's most appeali
for the charges. >>> at any time now a judge in los angeles will decide whether the entertainer chris brown will be sent to jail immediately. brown is in court for a probation hearing. he's scheduled to be back in d.c. on monday in a misdemeanor assault case here. today we learned brown went on a violent rage in a rehab facility while being treated for anger management issues. he checked into that facility after being arrested outside a hotel near the white house last month. he is still on probation for assaulting his ex-girlfriend, the singer rihanna. experts say it's in the process of creating a new island. it's part of a small island chain south of tokyo. the new land mass is already 800 feet across. this is the first time an eruption has happened in the area in 39 years. >> that's so cool. >>> the beginning of a new geography. got to change the maps. goog google is scrambling today. cold today. but the real story is what's happening this weekend. we're not just in for cold. we're in for frigid air. the numbers minus 40 in canada today. minus 44 was one of the coldest numbers we saw. the
this afternoon. while in los angeles, he took time to meet with the family of the tsa officer killed at l.a.x. airport earlier this month. in addition to visiting relatives, the president also met with the tsa officer wounded in that same attack. >>> and just hours earlier, the president was speaking at a community center in san francisco. he was talking about immigration reform when he was interrupted by a heckler. >> as a nation -- >> i need your help. there are thousands -- >> that's exactly what we're talking about here. >> you have a power to stop -- >> it won't be as easy as just shouting. it requires to get it done. >> the heckler, an undocumented college student from south korea, wanted the president to use executive powers to top departing illegal immigrants. >>> new developments in the ohio rape case that touched off a national controversy. the school superintendent and three others were charged with lying or failing to report child abuse. the charges are linked to the rape of a nearly passed out 16-year-old girl by two steubenville high school football players. the players were
of the shootings at los angeles international. the nfl asks whether locker room harassment is out of control. mark strassmann on the lineman who called it quit. do testosterone supplements lead to heart attacks? dr. jon lapook with the results of a new study. and his honor the mayor confesses to less of this han-honorable conduct. he just says this about crack cocaine? >> have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. has it come to this-- has gunfire in public places become so ordinary? twice in a week, young
. the 24-year-old voluntarily checked himself in for anger issues at a facility in los angeles recently. that was after a scuffle here in d.c.. brown is facing a misdemeanor assault charge for allegedly pinching a man outside the w. hotel last month. he pled not guilty in the case. his spokesperson says brown is going to continue outpatient treatment for his anger issues. that is so he can do 1,000 hours of community service which is part of the probation from a 2009 attack on singer rihanna who was his girlfriend at the time. >>> here's another reminder to lock your car at all times. the culpeper county sheriff's office says at least 20 people reported their cars had been rummaged through, five of the people say things were stolen. but there was no damage to the cars because all the vehicles were unlocked. the sheriff's office wants to remind everyone to lock your cars and homes and keep valuables out of sight. right now, they have no person of interest in the case. >>> an outburst by a northern virginia high school football coach is starting to get some national attention. or at least
who was gunned down at lax airport. services for jerardo hernandez will be this morning at the los angeles memorial sports arena. a gunman pulled an assault rifle out of a bag and started shooting tsa agents killing hernandez. >>> the miami dolphins faced the tampa bay buccaneers on monday night but the biggest story happened before the game. prior to ckoff, dolphins owner steven ross told the press he was appalled by the allegations surrounding his team. richie incognito is suspended indefinitely from the team after he was accused of bullying fellow teammate jonathan martin. he plans to meet with martin tomorrow to hear his side about what pushed the lineman to leave the team and seek counseling. by the way they lost last night's game to the previously unde-- unwinnable -- the winless tampa bay buccaneers. not a good game at all. >>> how is it for hackers to find out the pin number to your cell phone? that's coming up in jessica's your money report. >> i hope it's not that easy. >>> it's warm now but that is changing rapidly. howard says in the next couple of hours, temperatures
. bigad shaban, cbs news, los angeles. >> to find out how specific booster seats were rated, you can go to the insurance institute for highway safety's website. it covers all the seats that are currently on the market. >>> in today's health alert, how autism can affect your child's stomach. a study finds children who are autistic are up to eight times more likely to have stomach problems. researchers say these youngsters are often sensitive to food and can regularly suffer from upset stomach, constipation and diarrhea. doctors aren't sure there is a link but believe decreasing gastrointestinal problems in children with autism may decrease behavioral problems. >>> german researchers say education may play a role in what kinds of food adults eat. the new study finds people with lower levels of education are more likely to choose unhealthy foods that contain high levels of sugar and fat and less likely to eat fruits and vegetables. >>> you have ever thought of picking up a second language trying to learn one? if you do it might help with dementia. re
was transferred. he is serving a life sentence for shooting robert kennedy in los angeles back in 1968. a california corrections officer said the move was a routine one. and the fact that it happened 50 years to the day of jfk's death is a coincidence. >>> two decisions connected to the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. tomorrow, prosecutors are expected to release their final report on the investigation into the shooting that killed 20 first graders and six educators in newtown. also tomorrow, a judge will rule whether the 911 calls made from the school should be released to the public. >>> boeing's new planes could be facing a serious issue, an icing problem with eight models and dreamliners. those specific planes avoid flying near thunderstorms, many which contain ice crystals because it could affect the engine performance. united, japan and air india. >>> this next story is a talker. should airlines allow passengers to talk on their cell phones while in flight? how in-flight calls could impact travel. >> reporter: the hassles of flying. baggage fees, paying for
icon award, presented by her mom. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> oh, and if you misted him last night, pit bull, he's here. he flew all night. we're going to have much more with him later on. can't wait for that. good to have you back. i can't say that enough to you, sam. >> i love it, i love it, i love it. a lot of folks waking up this morning, and everybody has plans for the week. most of you, it includes travel. let's get to the boards. today, the icy mess in about seven states. as we warm things up today, the low continues to travel east. with it will be a line of inland snow. not snow for the main cities. good news for travel. likely delays, but maybe not as many cancellations as if the wintry edge was closer to big cities. it's mostly a rain event here. some of the rain is heavy. two to three inches of rain. check with your local carriers. roads are likely to be bad. give yourself extra time. things will get better and better for the country after thanksgiving. jeras. it is 25 degrees and the wind chill is 16. most windchill factors are i
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